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Clarence House | Akasaka Handblock Upholstery Drapery

Akasaka is an original handblock design created by Kazumi Yoshida. New elaborate woodblock designs are rare. In this production method, each step of the technique is completely handcrafted, from carving the individual blocks to printing the fabric. 

Akasaka is inspired by the intertwinings of different cultures. The flowers are drawn in a western style, but it has the undeniable influence of  Japanese woodblock prints. During the Taisho period (1912-1926), there was a continued cultural exchange of  Eastern and Western design and architecture. Akasaka Palace was built around this period of exchange and its interior is the inspiration of this design.

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